The Indiegogo campaign for “Graveyard Shift” finishes big… but not quite #SixFiguresBitch
Halloween came early this week as the Indiegogo campaign for Graveyard Shift came to a close, raising nearly 2 thousand percent of its original goal for a total of over $90 thousand. Graveyard Shift artist Jon Malin celebrated the end of the campaign by livestreaming the final hours on his YouTube page with fellow comic creators, including Antonio Malpica (a.k.a. Cridious) and Art Thibert, which you can watch below.
Graveyard Shift is a 46-page graphic novel described as “the Universal Monsters meets the X-Men,” and helmed by two comic industry veterans, writer Mark Poulton (The Savage Hawkman) and artist Jon Malin (Cable, Jawbreakers). Malin had the good graces to be interviewed by The Splintering in August, in which he discussed his art style, inspirations for Graveyard Shift, and other topics. You can read our full interview with Malin here.
If you’re bummed about missing out on the book, you can still buy into the project as the Graveyard Shift Indiegogo page has transitioned to an in-demand store for a limited time. Just a few more backers will help Malin and Poulton reach that coveted #SixFiguresBitch milestone, so visit the full Graveyard Shift Indiegogo campaign page here if you’re interested.